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17Sep 2020

Electricity is Not a One-Size-Fits-All

By | September 17th, 2020|Energy Efficiency for Business, Energy News|0 Comments

We like to keep track of what natural gas is doing in the energy market because it is the key fuel used to generate electricity. In fact, natural gas is used to produce the highest percentage of electricity over any other fuel or generating method. While demand from commercial and industrial establishments for natural gas dropped from March through June [...]

17Sep 2020


By | September 17th, 2020|Energy Efficiency for Business, LED Lighting|0 Comments

GETTING STARTED The first step is to conduct a lighting audit. All this means is we want to determine the specific lighting retrofit recommendations as well as the potential energy cost savings that these upgrades could generate in your facility. This audit will document all interior and exterior lit spaces and will evaluate: The existing lighting fixtures—many fixtures can be [...]

22Jul 2020


By | July 22nd, 2020|LED Lighting|0 Comments

Here is a statistic that could possibly be eye-opening: per the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), Americans are spending nearly 87% of their lives indoors and much of that time is spent in the workplace! Another statistic which may or may not be related is that depression rates are on the rise among teens and adults. Now here’s the good news! [...]

22Jul 2020

CES Energy Supplier Expands!

By | July 22nd, 2020|Energy News|0 Comments

Consumer Energy Solutions (CES) works with some of the largest energy supply companies in the country. One of our favorites is Liberty Power, based in Fort Lauderdale, Florida and providing retail electric service to 16 states. I am so happy to reprint here a recent press release—"Liberty Power signs new multi-year energy supply agreement with Mitsubishi subsidiary.” This is a [...]

26Jun 2020

What Commercial Electricity and Natural Gas Customers Can Do NOW, to Avoid Inevitable Rate Increases

By | June 26th, 2020|Energy News|0 Comments

I want to jump right in and talk to you about what the graph above means. This graph is from the New York Mercantile Exchange, the largest physical commodity futures exchange. What do we mean by “futures?” This is short for “futures contract,” which is a legal agreement to buy or sell a particular commodity (such as electricity or natural [...]

26Jun 2020


By | June 26th, 2020|Energy Efficiency Tips|0 Comments

It’s June 2020. And around here, believe it or not, there is a lot of talk about Christmas. In fact, June 25 is now called LEON Day! (LEON is NOEL spelled backwards and is the halfway point between the last Christmas and the next one.) It started because around this time crafters usually start planning homemade gifts, ugly sweaters, and [...]